83 – Finishing Hopscotch Lane and Sundry

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My process finishing up my Michael Miller Challenge Quilt

  • Straight line quilting
  • Figuring out how to quilt dresden plates in one continuous line
  • Anne gets moody

A quilter does a twist on my Corgi Fairytale pattern with great success!

Massdrop’s upcoming Allison-Glass-a-Palooza and a fantastic giveaway!

My contribution to a Quilter’s Newsletter article and an upcoming tutorial for Thermoweb

Loving my new Olfa rotary cutter

Corgi update – enjoying summer

House update (desks, selling old one, latest repair odysseys,)

Modern quilt guild fun!

Eyelash Extensions and airbrush makeup

Recent podcast reviews

Comments

  1. Hi Katie,
    Really enjoyed this week’s podcast. About straight lines on the Powerquilter, I have been using the Line Tamer. It looks like a long U shape with a 1/2 inch slot down the middle for the hopping foot. It works really well for stitch in the ditch or other straight lines. I got mine from Nancy’s. This site has a good explanation.

    http://rhondabracey.com/2013/01/28/using-the-line-tamer-ruler-with-the-handi-quilter-sweet-sixteen/

    Cheryl in Tampa

    • Ooo thank you Cheryl! I will look into getting that ruler. My Versa Tool works okay but the straight line guide isn’t super long so you have to adjust a lot. The Line Tamer looks much better for that.

  2. I was going to suggest the Line Tamer, too. http://www.fourpawsquilting.com/pages/template.html

    I find that it helps when stitching in the ditch or any straight line quilting on my Sweet 16. I enjoy your podcast!

    Kim

  3. Tami Knox says:

    Katie, Did I miss the picture? I want to see your eyelashes and airbrush makeup!